A high-profile event for progressives caved to rabid complaints of trans activists by silencing a panel of three concerned members of the LGBT community.
What if it already has happened here, and we didn’t notice because we focused on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ religious hang-ups rather than its comments on the intersection of politics and sexuality?
A New York Times story claims that the New Testament calls for killing gay people. Religious illiteracy among journalists is becoming a dangerous epidemic.
The reaction to the Orlando terrorist attack shows how badly the Left is failing the minorities it claims to protect.
Omar Mateen was motivated to attack a gay nightclub because he believed this was a righteous Islamic cause of jihad. Islamists have believed this for a thousand years.
Short of a moral and radical revolution in nihilistic gay culture, the moral gay minority will have its aspirations for traditional marriage obliterated.
A person is not reducible to his or her sexuality. If movies do that, they’re not telling stories any more, but just engaging in pictoral propaganda.
Liberals struggle to reconcile individual life choices with their collective, coercive political agenda.
The author of the ‘Drop the T’ petition talks about the surging conflicts between the trans and gay rights movements.
One of the worst legacies of the gay rights movement has been to popularize the ‘born this way’ meme. It shouldn’t give pedophiles cover.
Many of today’s gay-rights activists are accusing their courageous progenitors of exactly the kind of weakness and passivity that the actions of Stonewall belied.
The Supreme Court ruled this morning in a 5-4 opinion drafted by Justice Anthony Kennedy that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage.
The gay-rights movement has followed not the trajectory of the anti-slavery movement, but of those who supported slavery.
Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, atheist, gay, straight, or trans, the First Amendment was written for you.
The church has to get millennials over their sexual hangups rather than throwing them back in millennials’ faces, as a pastor did in an open letter to Hozier.
Apparently, a bunch of governors and CEOs think states that allow people to bow out of gay weddings for the sake of religious convictions are worse than countries that stone gay people to death.
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